After a $125 million donation shortfall, monthly food vouchers have been cut from $12 to $10 per person starting in March, the UN WFP announced.
Police demand hefty bribes from refugees under threat of arrest, says HRW report.
Foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar will hold talks with his Bangladeshi counterpart on water sharing, trade, border issues.
Authorities have not found the original boat, thought to be now carrying around 500 people.
Burning of villages was a tactic used on a large scale by the military in Rakhine in 2017, investigations say.
Guterres says 308 refugees on Bhashan Char island should be moved to camps after their time in quarantine is completed.
Captain of the fish trawler, carrying 500 men, also died.
It was not immediately clear where the group started their boat journey.
Officials say the passengers were enticed by traffickers to board the boat headed for Malaysia.
The Rohingya remain “at serious risk of genocide,” says presiding Judge Abdulqawi Yusuf.
Panel admits "war crimes"; activists term report as a "whitewash".
Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi says the country will always be at China's side.
Bhasan Char is ready for habitation.
Ichiro Maruyama has been previously quoted as saying that potential trade sanctions on Myanmar would be “nonsense”.
Says the exodus of hundreds of thousands of Muslims was the unfortunate result of a battle with insurgents.
The leader acknowledges use of disproportionate force at times, says the conflict is “complex and not easy to fathom”.
Myanmar leader is expected to repeat denials, justify military "clearance operations" as counterterrorism measures.
Gambia's lawsuit accuses Myanmar of genocide — the most serious international crime — against Rohingya Muslim minority.
Nobel laureate is preparing to defend the country at the UN’s highest court on Dec 10.
Suu Kyi will personally lead a team to The Hague to "defend the national interest of Myanmar," her office says.
UN investigators and rights groups say Myanmar forces carried out mass rapes, killings and burning of Rohingya homes.
Rights groups warn the island might not be able to withstand violent storms during the annual monsoon season.
"There are three large camps. We’ll fence the three camps with barbed wires," says Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan.
At least 13 refugees have been killed in alleged gunfights between criminals and officers since a local leader’s murder.
"It will become a legal issue whether or not there is an element of culpability here," says fact-finding mission chair.
Myanmar is "denying wrongdoing, destroying evidence [and] refusing to conduct effective investigations", says UN report.
“We've seen Myanmar could not win Rohingya's trust in creating a conducive situation [in Rakhine] for their return.”
Formal education in Bangladesh is forbidden for refugees.
Bangladesh’s telecommunications regulatory body cites a security threat and illegal phone use as reasons for the ban.
Police blame the death of a ruling party official on Rohingya hitmen and have shot three refugees in the past week.